Trevor Project Benefit on Dec. 2 Features Katy Perry, Zachary Quinto, Adam Shankman, Amy Poehler, Darren Criss, Kristin Chenoweth, and More!

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The Trevor Project will honor Katy Perry at its annual Trevor Live benefit on Sunday, Dec. 2. Presented by Audi of America and Wells Fargo and directed by director, producer and choreographer Adam Shankman, this A-list evening of music, comedy and entertainment will include performances and appearances by Christa B. Allen, Kristin Chenoweth, Darren Criss, Dot Marie Jones, Ricki Lake, Jane Lynch, Ashley Madekwe, Gabriel Mann, Kevin McHale, Matthew Morrison, Dermot Mulroney, Connor Paolo, Amy Poehler, Zachary Quinto, Kayla Radomski, Andrew Rannells, Jessica Sanchez, Brittany Snow, Bebe Wood, and many others.

Audi of America will also be honored for its support of the organization with the Trevor 2020 Award.

“Trevor Live” is supported by Audi of America and Wells Fargo as Presenting Sponsors, and Lufthansa, Orbitz and Toyota Financial Services as Titanium Sponsors. Other sponsors include California Pizza Kitchen, Direct Management, Orbitz, Sony Pictures, Steptoe and Johnson, What’s Trending, Absolut, Deloitte, Direct TV, Miller, Coors, Pricewaterhouse Coopers, United Airlines, Walt Disney Company, Warner Brothers, YouTube, KPMG and United Talent Agency.

“This year’s ‘Trevor Live’ promises to be an incredible event with sponsors, honorees and performers who believe in the mission of The Trevor Project and want every young person to have the future they deserve,” said Abbe Land, executive director and CEO of The Trevor Project. “The corporations that support The Trevor Project and those we honor, like Audi, lead by example to make it easy for LGBT people to live, work and be proud of who they are.”

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The Trevor Project is the leading national organization providing crisis intervention and suicide prevention services to lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and questioning young people under 24. Every day, The Trevor Project saves young lives through its free and confidential lifeline and instant messaging services, in-school workshops, educational materials, online resources and advocacy. Honored by the White House as a Champion of Change, The Trevor Project is a leader and innovator in suicide prevention. Learn more at Photo diary images can be found at the site.

Journalist Laurie Schenden covers the entertainment industry, with many of her notable celebrity interviews appearing in the Los Angeles Times and other national and international publications. As a longtime columnist and feature writer for the LA Times, she also covered events and California destinations for the lifestyle, Outdoors and Travel sections. Laurie Schenden's international pieces include the long-running Where Are They Now celebrity feature for Spotlight Magazine, published in five languages. Laurie has also contributed to numerous documentary films, and produces content via Saving Grace Films.

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